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That's roughly 35-40% of users registered on such apps in India. "Modern, financially independent working women have taken a big leap and don't see it (online dating) as a taboo at all," says Sumesh Menon, chief executive officer and cofounder of U2opia Mobile, which launched dating app Woo in August last year.
Hinge, which is popular in the US, launched in Mumbai earlier this year and plans to extend its services across the country.
"When these women write to us, they always seem to mention that traditional matrimonial sites have stopped working for them and hence they are looking towards other unconventional means of finding urban, qualified single men to interact with," says Anushri Thanedar, cofounder of ek Coffee.
As Suhasini Ramaswamy, a creative designer who uses these apps, says: "I am not comfortable with my parents finding someone for me from one of the traditional sites." Rahul Kumar, founder of Truly Madly, contends that finding a date online isn't purely a metro city phenomenon. And more and more women are accepting (online) dating as a platform to meet potential long-term partners," says Kumar.
40% of women on his app are from tier-II and tier-III cities. In fact, the pace at which dating apps have grown has nudged to launch a dating platform, Matchify, this year.